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NATO Chief Expects Change In Ukraine Law On Non-Aligned Status

(Undated) -- NATO's secretary-general expects the Ukrainian parliament to drop the country's non-aligned status after next month's elections. Anders Fogh Rasmussen said today he believes Ukrainian lawmakers will take that step in a possible move toward applying for membership in NATO. Ukraine's voters will go the polls on October 26th.

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